APWU NDRC dispute on the national jurisdiction on the High Output Package Sorter (HOPS)

From: Lynn Pallas-Barber <lpallas@apwu.org>
Sent: Friday, September 8, 2023 10:22 AM
Subject: FW: APWU NDRC dispute on the national jurisdiction on the HOPS.
Importance: High

To all APWU family,

As promised in the last email on 8/25/23, which included the national jurisdictional determination on the HOPS, a national dispute has been filed with the NDRC yesterday 9/7/23. Attached is a copy of the NDRC appeal form and our position on the dispute. Per the RI-399 Update MOU, Paragraph 12 the NDRC will have sixty (60) days to discuss the dispute. If the dispute is resolved at the NDRC, then a tripartite settlement agreement will be signed by the three (3) parties. If it remains unresolved at the end of the sixty (60) days then a tripartite NDRC decision will be authored and a position paper from each of the parties will be shared. As the moving party, the APWU will have 21 days from receipt of the decision of the NDRC to appeal to national arbitration.

Please share with the appropriate LDRC representatives within your jurisdiction. Please share with state/local representatives.

Any question or concerns, please contact me or Ron Suslak.

Lynn Pallas-Barber
Assistant Clerk Craft Director
1300 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005

Appeal to National RI-399 NDRC Form


MOU: Update of RI 399 Procedures

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